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A House for Sally Hall & Family at Fry, KY: Front door installed

2012-09-23 - Fry, Green Co., KY - Photo by Larry Smith. While I was here the front door was installed, by experts whose names I did not get - but some more of 'God's Servants' at work at the house raising for a home for Susan Hall and Family on Fry Ridge in Green County. I know there are magnets to wonderful times all over our listening area, but if you have time, I hope you'll drive by and seen how far this project - inspired by Mary's House - got in just one day. And I hope, and the congregation of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church hopes, that more people will be inspired by A House for Susan Hall & Family and the good work will spread like the Great Revival of the early 1900s. What a testimony to Christ's teachings! - Larry Smith, 92.7 FM radio, the WAVE.
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